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Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy’s Wau-Ke-Na Conservation Master Plan

The Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy (SWMLC) focuses land management and acquisition efforts on maintaining and improving natural communities. When working to support ecological health, climate change is an import, but at times divisive concern. By focusing on resiliency, SWMLC is able to concentrate management planning discussions and implementation projects on ways to ensure that habitats are able to persist through constantly changing conditions.

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Pacifica Land Trust: Restoration and Managed Retreat of Pacific State Beach

In California Pacifica Land Trust works with other partners to restore wetlands and implement a managed retreat strategy for Pacifica State Beach to reduce flooding risks.

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Shellfisher Preserve – Farming shellfish and adapting to changing oceans through social enterprise

The Peconic Land Trust’s Shellfisher Preserve is a collaborative enterprise that combines conservation with aquaculture activities to raise funds for property stewardship and further research on the Peconic Bay Estuary.

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Planning for Marsh Migration at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

Blackwater 2100 is a collaborative strategic conservation plan that aims to address salt marsh loss and migration in Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay.

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Maine Coast Heritage Trust – Communications Product Analysis

Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s fundraising mailer “Marshes for Tomorrow” highlights some best practices in climate communications.

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Vermont Land Trust – Communications Product Analysis

Vermont Land Trust’s story Connecting Habitat and Neighbors highlights some best practices in climate communications.

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The Conservation Fund’s Focus on Youth Education

The Conservation Fund works to connect children to the places we love as well as to support educational opportunities to foster a stewardship ethic that sustains healthy, vibrant communities.

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Ecological Corridors Protect Wildlife Movement and Water Quality in Michigan

Regionally planned ecological corridors are being implemented in Michigan to protect wildlife and water quality.

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Adding the Impacts of Climate Change to a Strategic Plan: Big Sur Land Trust

This CAKEx case study details how Big Sur Land Trust is working to anticipate the impacts climate change will have and preparing management strategies to address shifting conditions.

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Vermont Land Trust – Targeted Acquisitions for Wildlife and Ecosystems

The Vermont Land Trust executed a targeted 163 acre land acquisition to help struggling black bears move between the Green Mountain and Taconic ranges. Working to connect these vast open spaces in Vermont and New York enhances the ability of bears to move from their home ranges to feeding habitat, and increases connectivity for a variety of wildlife.

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